There is no anti-lockdown protest movement - 2020-04-22

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F0.png There is no anti-lockdown protest movement April 22, 2020, Sean Illing, Vox

If you've watched Fox News recently, you might think there's a small revolution afoot in Red America.

A series of anti-social-distancing rallies have popped up across the country — in Michigan, Wisconsin, Texas, and elsewhere. As my colleague Jane Coaston noted, it harks back to the Tea Party craze in 2009, "when well-funded right-leaning groups lit a fire under an already outraged Republican base and helped to ignite a political movement."

Except it's not really that at all.

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{{cite news | first = Sean | last = Illing | title = There is no anti-lockdown protest movement | url = https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2020/4/22/21227928/coronavirus-social-distancing-lockdown-trump-tea-party | work = Vox | date = April 22, 2020 | accessdate = April 25, 2020 }}